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CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1890
You Never Saw Such an Assortment
Fans, Dress Trimmings,
Infants Caps and Iace Scarfs
AS IS NOW 1IKINU SHOWN AT
FOREMAN & CROWE'S
TANS i TO mi0, 114 SOUTH mil ST.
37 Si W 8T8. lalO (I ST.
New Hardware Store.
Whore you will Always II ml a Complete Lino of
SHELE AND BUILDERS HARDWARE
AOKNCY KOHTIIK CUIiKIUtATKl)
RED CROSS COOK AND HEATING STOVES,
Furnace Work a Specialty. Stores, 1210 O St. and 27 and W Sts,
F. A. KORSMEYER & CO.
Telephone 536. a 15 S. Eleventh St-
A. T. Gruetter & Co.
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In Rl "
DISPOSING OF THE SURPLUS.
'Ive been troubled long enough," said Uncle Sain
"With this bag of surplus cash,
If I keep an)1 longer the nation Is sure
To go to eternal smash.
So I'll spend It at once in Furniture,
And this is the place to Invest."
And Uncle Sam chuckled for none to good
For him Is the very best.
A. T. Gruetter & Co.'s Furniture House,
111H N STKEKT.
Patent Leather Shoes !
LACE, NEW ENGLISH DERBY
Latest Thing on Eartli Street Shoe.
CONGRESS, CLOTH TOP
ED. (St. YATE8
1129 O STREET.
TEETH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT i PAIN
DR. H. K. KER7VTKN,
Who has the Exclusive Use of Steauna's Anesthetic
No Chloroform! No Ether! No Gas!
A lull Set of Teeth on Rubber for $5.00.
All; Fillings at the Lowest Rates.
Rooms 94-95-96 Burr Block. LINCOLN, NEB.
Amittirr l.iux" tlotililiiK llounr.
Lincoln's Intent nddltlou to Km wholesale
Interest Is tho WeMorn (Has nnd l'nlnt Co.,
which oHiuil Motulny morning In It own
liMidomn now double brick block on Mouth
Twelfth street. TI10 founders ami owners of
this new industry nroMossrH. P. II, Kcnunrd,
president; T. P. Kennnrd, vice-president,
utiil J. K. Hlggs, treasurer. Those gentlemen,
backed by nniilu capital, nro fully prewired
to carry on the exteuslvti plant just estab
lished, mid with such an elllrlent iiinnnKer lis
Mr. lllgg, van not do other than n Inrge nnd
successful business Mr. Illggs lias surround
ed liluiself with n corps of thoroughly expe
rienced gentlemen, mnong thent being Mr.
George. O. Hlxtou, who has stored up years of
knowledge in the bundling of glas. He fully
understands every detail nnd "Is up to nil of
the 'Micks' of the trwlo." He Is n vnlunlilii
mini to have about, nnd will have charge of
that department. Mr. Ed. Kitchen will cons
duct tho pnlnt and oil department. Ho Is
backed by ample exerlenco and sound Judg
ment and will undoubtedly keep thN line well
to tho front. The new house will carry n full
lino of paints, oils, vnrnMios, window, pinto
and fancy ghss, nswc'l ns decorated glass,
and will transact n thorough wholesale anil
Jobbing business, but for the local rot nil trade,
will nccommodnto such as may rail at their
place of business. The Coi'lllKll wishes The
Western Glass anil l'nlnt Co. all the success
thntls now so apparent.
The CouiUKli has it from the best authority
(tlK gentleman himself) that Mr. II. Kohu,
for fifteen years jvist one of Howard's most
prominent merchants, will on or beforo Jan
uary llrst locntu in Lincoln and open n largo
dry goods home. Mr. Kohn has already
leased n large building In n prominent loon
Hon that Is now In course of construction mid
will bo finished in due season, which announce
ment giving nil details will bu made. Mr.
Kohu has had a life timo experience in dry
goods and will add greatly to our morcautllo
Interests and the lliiaucial status of tho capi
tal city. Tho Couiiikii congratulates thocity
on Us now acquirement nnd Mr. Kohu on his
selection of over a dozen cities that he has had
under contemplation, Lincoln was his Until
Mr. C. V. Ilmkltt, tho artist, is as busy ns
over making crayon ortrnltM of Lincoln's
prominent eltlens. A Couiiikii representa
tive noticed In his studW yesterday line pict
ures of Mrs. Tho. H. Ocntoii, Mr. A. llloch,
Mrs. Hnrr Parker, Mrs. Chas. A. Imgwcll
and others. Ono of Mr. Hurkltt's recent,
works was n portrait of Mr. L. Moyer, which
was protcutcd lilin ns a birthday gift last
week. Artist Utirkltt wields a facile ieucil,
nnd the sujierlor excellence of his work Is
recognized nt n glance. Ho has tho nttof
catching tho expression perfectly, making
the likeness natural, nnd the finish told work
is really notable. Ills studio is over Odell's
dining hall, and ho nlways has iortralt en
hand that ho is glad to exhibit to callers.
Ono of tho most important things In the
economy of family life Is tho purchase of that
class of supplies usuallyikMlguntcd as country
produce. .Many families economise by buying
butter by the crock, by laying in n stock of
potntoes for tho winter and by other similar
wholesnlo purchases. All families nro not so
situated as to moot farmers who have these
articles for sale, and the next best thing Is to
buy through someone, who has good facilities.
Lincoln I ins a firm that has been In business
here many years, and has an extensive ac
quaintance and trade with tho farmers. They
have tho pick of tho finest produce brought
to Lincoln. Tlmt llrm Is L. Meyer & Co.,
mid if you want tho freshest and best In the
lino of food supplies, drop into their store on
North Tenth street.
On N street between Kleventh and Twelfth
streets yesterday afternoon, a receipt and do
livery book. Owner can liavo snino by call
ing at this olllco, proving property and pay
ing for tills notice.
A Second Lcitdtlllr,
Tho recent rich strikes in tiie mines at Tin
Cup, Colorado, have caused considerable ex
citement and many people nro going to tho
new El Dorado. Tin Cup is 14 miles by stage
rido from Kt, Elmo on tho Denver, Leadvlllo
and Gunnison District, Union Pacific Sys
tem. A stage lino runs from Ht Elmo to Tin
Cup dally except Sunday, leaving Ht. Elmo
at 8 a. si. Faro f'J.ftO. The only road by
which Tin Cup can be reached is tho Union
Pacific to Ht. Elmo. Ask your local agent'
for detailed information, or write to tho un
dersigned. F. L. Lynde. G. P. A
8t. Joseph, Mo.
(. A. It. Hooks Very Clienp.
The Wessel Printing Co. lias several copies
of Col. Robert H. Deal's well known history
of tho Grand Army of the Republic in lino
bindings which it will sell at f.'i.OO per vol
umn. Original price, sold only on subserl
tion, at 5.00. These Itooks nro fully illus
trated and complete In every detail. Call
and see them.
A trip to Now York would not lo complete
without a trip to Coney Island and Manhat
tan beach via tho "all water route" on the
now Iron Steamboat, Lino. This run down
to old ocean's side is a delightfully pleasant
one. An hours' duration nnd tho cost is only
fifty cents for the round trip. Tho other
lines go part by boat and tho balance by rail
which make it anything but pleasant. The
Iron Steamboat Co. has landings near the
foot of Uroadway and ut Twenty-third street,
making it convenient for all.
Rev. H. L. Chapman, pastor of tho M. E.
church, Johnstown, Pa., snys; ''Soon after
the great flood, at a tlmo when diarrhoea was
mlt prevalent, I received a box of six dozen
Chamberlain's colic, cholera and diarrhoea
remedy. As soon ps it locMno known that I
had the medicine for free distribution, there
began n great run on it, which continued un
til it was aloiit all gone. Every one, so far
as I heard from them, testified to its virtues,
declaring it thooest medicine for tliopurxM
they had oyer used. Those who got It shared
it around with their neighbors, so that I am
confident it was productive of great good,
We used some of it ourselves uud found It
not only nn excellent medicine for diarrhoea,
but for all kinds of pain and uneasiness In tho
stomach and bowels. It has loeen regarded
as tho best medicine known here for the dis
ease it Is recommended. Fcr sale by A. L.
II. P. Sherwin, 1124 O street, has a present
for every ono of his customers that cannot
fall to lie appreciated. Ho will give to every
customer a lino crayon nlcturu made from
any photo tlmt is desired and it will not cost
you a cent, can in nt ills drug uud slum
rtoro and see how It Is donn lliil O street.
Families not already supplied should lose
110 time ill lil-oeilrlmr n Iwittl.i ,f Clmnilur.
Iain's colle, cholera nnd diarrhoea remedy.
u is uio only remedy that can ulways Ik do
landed upon tor bowel coiiitiliilnt In nil Iti
forms. !W and .V) rant lottlos for wile bv A.
1'ocliler makes n snovlnltv of un- lm. (....
cream ami Ices for picnics, paitlos, weddings,
etc. Orders taken bv teli.olinii.i J.'.r nr,n ii,..
olllco in the Mollride'block.l'Jth and Pstreets.
THE SOLDIER'S LAST WORDS.
v . PATRIOTIC SONG.
Published through The Amnn'ran Press Aasobialion.
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Moving Household Goods and Pianos a Specialty.
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